CodoniXnotes is ranked the number one electronic medical record (EMR) system by value for urgent care by KLAS Research. It adheres to ONC ATCB Ambulatory, Meaningful Use, JCAHO and HIPAA guidelines. This software suits emergency departments, physician offices and school-based health clinics.
CodoniXnotes is a complete EMR solution that provides features such as a real-time tracker and scheduler, e-prescribing and collaborative charting. It leverages point-and-click navigation, encounter templates and user interfaces for simple use. Its medical editor allows for the customization of applications and incorporating changes with medicine and coding requirements. Automated generation of triage, nursing and physician notes along with narrative reports facilitates smoother and more efficient workflow.
CodoniXnotes ensures automated and real-time completion of The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) audit. This solution also offers free 24/7 technical and application support.
Nick from Coastal Urgent Care
Specialty: Urgent care
Employees number: 21 to 50 employees
Codonix allows you to chart fairly quickly. The order screen is customizable to fit your needs.
It is Java based so Java updates can cause problems and have to uninstall and reinstall previous versions. The tech support will always blame you when something is not working correctly. Has not been helpful at all with ICD-10 conversion, no training, wrong diagnosis codes generated from diagnoses, etc. Codonix has more than doubled the time billing has to spend with ICD-10. It is glitchy, and will not allow you to click on specific mannequin body parts when documenting (ex: patients obviously don't have knees). They will completely ignore suggestions to improve the system.
You can get by with this EMR. It will not impress you, but it will get the job done. At least it would before ICD-10.
Geraldine from Your Doc's In
Specialty: Emergency medicine
Employees number: 51 to 100 employees
Easy to use. Automatically took care of some of the problems that arise transitioning from charting to coding, such as asking for indications for xrays.
Never able to calculate provider productivity or separate PA visits from physician visits. Never able to schedule without having all of patient's insurance info. Had to get separate practice management product for management aspect.
Go "work" in a place that is using it for a day and use all aspects of it - from clinical to coding to billing.